The Toronto crew welcomed Shogo back with this great jam! Lachlan, Brandon, Shogo, and Percy have parts in this, so don't blink! Percy is shredding right now after winning Trans Jam and you can see why - lots and LOTS of tricks and concepts!
Jeff DesRoche kept working on his new company Pegasus BMX. The Silver Bullet Pegs are now available. They were designed by Dez Maarsen who recently joined the team: "Pegasus BMX is proud to welcome the Dutch shredder Dez Maarsen to the team. Dez is one of the top flatland riders at this moment. He possess all round flatland skills, from technical front wheel switches to single bangers. With a big bag of signature tricks he's been pushing his riding with smooth pivoting tricks combined with an amazing flow. His passion for flatland is big and he always wants to promote flatland in the best way he can. As we are both driven to push flatland we're stoked to collaborate to develop new product! Starting with Dez' first signature product, the .45 Bullet Peg."
The pegs have replacable end caps. You can have round caps for easier pivoting or flat caps. A pair of the pegs weighs 243g / 0.5lbs. More details: Pegasus BMX - .45 Silver Bullet Pegs
Yesterday the C3 Jam Round 2 took place in in Osaka, Japan. It was a contest only for kids class riders. Because of the risk of rain, the place was changed to an indoor spot but nevertheless 36 riders took a part in it. York Uno uploaded some photos on his blog and you can find the result below. Congratulations to Minato Sato who won the highest class.
The KOG is probably one of the most famous flatland contest series out there. We're happy to see that after all these years the organizers are still motivated to make it happen every year and also manage to find time to update their website. The new KOG website looks much more friendly and there is a Facebook page as well.
The first round of the 2015 series took place a few days ago. Yoshihiro Shinde kindly shared his photos with us. Many of them show the kids class and you'll find a few pics of the more experienced riders: KOG 2015 Round 1 Gallery